Lepton Flavor Universality

I’ve diagrammed out a provenance conjecture for a test case of lepton flavor universality. There is a notation mapping in the lower right. This 2D notation seems slighly improved, although I hope for better.

The pattern that I am starting to see emerging involves a coupling to one core of the Higgs. Was the coupling present before the muon was created by decaying an electron’s Gen I dipole? Alternately does the decay of the electron’s Gen I dipole reveal the inner dipole energies which quickly couple. Surely simulation will reveal how the dynamical geometry of this reaction works.

The coupling of leptons to all types of gauge boson are flavour-independent: The interaction between leptons and a gauge boson measures the same for each lepton. This property is called lepton universality and has been tested in measurements of the muon and tau lifetimes and of Z boson partial decay widths, particularly at the Stanford Linear Collider (SLC) and Large Electron–Positron Collider (LEP) experiments.


The architecture of nature appears to support the theory lepton flavor universality quite well.

J Mark Morris : San Diego : California